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Includes. . .

  • Full draining and refilling of gas with tracker dye.
  • Inspection of air duct system and pollen filter.
  • Check and print-out of operating pressure.
  • Leak detection.
  • De-humdifying of gas.

Air conditioning is essential for your comfort and can contribute to your safety. Its main purpose is to provide a comfortable environment inside your car, regardless of the outside temperature.

However, if your air conditioning system has been switched off for a while, who knows what it could be hiding?

Condensation in the pipework combined with heat from the engine creates a breeding ground for bacteria and mould. And it's not just unpleasant odours you'll have to suffer, your health could also be affected with sore throats, sneezing and irritated eyes.

In addition, a vehicle that has an inefficient air conditioning system uses more fuel meaning it's costlier to run.

So why should you have your air conditioning serviced?

  • If your air conditioning system isn't checked and  serviced regularly it can deteriorate, causing:
  • Increasing difficulty in maintaining a comfortable temperature
  • Musty or damp odours, as bacteria builds up inside the system
  • Windows steaming up when it is damp outside
  • An escape of refrigerant gas, leading to inefficient  operation and increased fuel consumption

A bi- annual service and treatment of your air conditioning system will ensure optimum efficiency and inhibit the growth of bacteria that cause unpleasant odours.

To order your air conditioning service please choose your preferred Gowan garage:

Gowan Motors Navan Road Ltd 
Navan Road  Road
Dublin 15                                                   

Tel : 01 868 9000

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